A vice president in Donald Trump’s Hotel operation, Nathan Crisp, has been accused of assaulting a mother-of-two by throwing her to ground on Easter Sunday in Manhattan.
Sheneik McCallum told the New York Daily News that she pulled over her vehicle on Gold Street in Manhattan’s financial district in an effort to make sure one of her children was securely strapped into his baby seat when the attack took place.
McCallum then says that Nathan Crisp, 27, came out and told her to get off his property.
She told the Daily News that he then slammed her to the ground twice. McCallum received bruising but was not taken to a hospital. Meanwhile, Crisp was taken into custody.
Here’s what you need to know:
1. A Community Activist Says That the NYPD Showed Favoritism to Crisp
2. He’s Vice President of Revenue Management and Distribution at Trump Hotels
3. McCallum Has 2 Prior Arrests
4. He Spearheaded a Trump Loyalty Card Scheme at the Donald’s Hotels
5. Violence Continues to Follow Donald Trump Around
This is a developing story. Check back for more details.